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Perdido Vineyards provides sanitizer to veterans home

Alabama State Rep. Harry Shiver and William F. Green Veterans Home Administrator Brian McFeely are shown April 2 with 10 gallons of hand sanitizer that ... Read more

3 months ago by Staff Reports.

Winery making hand sanitizer

By Kaitlin Holley Perdido Vineyards has started turning wine into hand sanitizer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Alabama winery decided to help out all ... Read more

3 months ago by Staff Reports.

Perdido Vineyards releases Blue, Gold label

Perdido Vineyards recently received approved for its new rum product, Blue and Gold, according to Founder Jim Eddins. Eddins celebrated his new rum label during ... Read more

8 months ago by Staff Reports.

State still under ‘fire alert’

All 67 counties in Alabama remain under a fire alert, which was originally issued on September 25 by the Alabama Forestry Commission (AFC). The small amount of ... Read more

9 months ago by Staff Reports.

Forest service officials warn of wildfires

Officials with the Florida Forest Service and Alabama Forestry Commission are coming together to warn residents in both states of increasing danger of wildfires because ... Read more

9 months ago by Staff Reports.

AFC upgrades fire advisory to statewide fire alert

The Alabama Forestry Commission (AFC) announced the upgrade of the recent fire danger advisory to a statewide fire alert effective immediately. While under a fire ... Read more

9 months ago by Staff Reports.

Longtime postal employee retiring from Perdido office

Longtime U.S. Post Office clerk Sue Ferguson, who served as a postmaster, is retiring from her post in Perdido. The Little River native worked for ... Read more

12 months ago by Andrew Garner.

Low-pressure system to enter Gulf, rain coming

The area is still under a flash flood watch from Saturday until Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. Portions of Alabama and northwest Florida, ... Read more

2 years ago by Staff Reports.

USPS hunger drive is May 12

To help put a stomp on hunger, Atmore and area residents are encouraged to leave non-perishable food in a bag at the mailbox for the ... Read more

2 years ago by Andrew Garner.

Perdido teacher named TOY

Gerri McDonald was named the Baldwin County Public Schools’ 2018 Elementary Teacher of the Year recently. McDonald teaches the gifted program at Perdido School. She’s ... Read more

2 years ago by Andrew Garner.

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